No matter where you live in the Northern Hemisphere, the bass have either spawned, are spawning or are preparing to spawn. Here's how to catch them.
Now is the time to put your boat in the water and catch a big one, maybe the biggest bass of your life.
As we start pre-fishing for the Bassmaster Classic, I think it's a good time to discuss the key things I'm looking for during any given pre-fish.
One of the biggest differences I notice between the anglers who are fishing for a career and those who are out for fun is in culling.
I'd like to say I'm ready to head out to the Bassmaster Classic, but I'm not.
Ike shares his best tips for locating and catching prespawn bass on your favorite lake.
Remember to keep an open mind. That, and having the right spinnerbait, will bring positive results.
When I began my career, spinnerbaits were considered tools for stained to muddy water conditions. Sure, there were exceptions. But that was pretty much the norm.
Now is about as good a time as I can think of to talk about water color and its importance when it comes to finding aggressive smallmouth.
Auburn University-Montgomery anglers discuss a valuable skill they use in tournament fishing.
When the water is cold and most anglers are fishing steep bluffs or deep water, Davy Hite is quite content to stay shallow and flip the cover.